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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 June 1907

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 June 1907

' ' 1 . ,i ... VWHas,.TW .,' .-. .. -J,. " "H) " T'-.1jl.j,(B- i. 1.;' uStar T.7i;iHfirJ ,Kr Trwr, -r- - ',' ' ' MT: W& :: ' ' ;'f "'.! 2' " . IS, t''?', ;- .. . ; p' , ' ' ? , " ' " , & i n fa. IK t - i r '--' w,t--- . f ... r- ' ' ' 'PWWffl - :, " JSS' a 1 a.MilM,'1') vrv VttmHHB 'IRffiBi IIS 'MIIil WkWmm Ilf$plli iPlililii '&) . ', -1 V '.''V ' ...,..t. ,'., .. ' "'. v . ...i . tandin ."&& .j i ;. on BfclL ThaLt we hkve tKe grade line of buggies on the mao-kef. A look end comparison will convince yoi, and as to price we a.re lower theicn anybody, quality considered. Come around eund let is show you through. It costs you nothing to look, t Tho Tribunb- is requested' by Mr. Trueliardt to states tHat here- after there will be no delivery of ice by his wagon on the Sabbath, but for the benefit of those who wish to get ice on that day, lie will keeb open from 6 to 9 in the morning and from 12 to 1 o'clock in the afternoon. His wagons will deliver ice every Saturday...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 June 1907

w wtraf f 37.7 , ' w.m-i?t-'' Hfe';' ft.A -" T 9Hr. .w-i. "ja f;. j ?vr Z"L yi-w-A :w;.,f"i BHHBHLtfV ' ,' iKEHWJ-'uiftM .;i "'-, .'""' . I?. Mr " U: I' ps- Uw iU.it Hi' iinwiiihiiWiwwiiiiMi i 'i ' ' I'V' '','7,' l'" 'y ' ' "'-1! '1".'''J - ..T. -. . ....auA4r' v mv Hh vA K bB Bl OF Bain Thomas W AND Stoves ARRIVED THIS WEEK Ed Rowntree OVER THE COUNTRY WeWs from Bell, William- son aad Milam Counties. " ;.Df; Payne has moved from $6liarid'to Columbus', Texas. ritis reported that the chinch bug is doing damage to the corn crop 'southwest of Troy, bnt in pther portions there is no com- plaint. The farmers say a good shower woujd be of great bene- fit just now, as the ground is crusting, ' A negro, named Williams on Watt's state convict farm n'aer kj-Gahieron escaned Friday on a mule. The animal was found, but, the convict is still at large. The convict lacked only a short - time of having served a five-year sentence. 'F. M. Amason this week pur chased the property and mercan- ' cantil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 June 1907

TV .W .. v4 -,T wmmNmmKmttmmdmiitmaiMMwmi mmmmmmmmmmmmQMmammmmmmmmmmm& o Ice Consumers m r '' i m r IS rl w f mrnm 1 ---- ,. f A - W I'" h: Yr I have purchased Company and will DAILY when the house will be kept open from 6 to 9 a. m. and also from 1 2 to 1 p. m. for those who come after ice. My wagons will deliver on Saturday evenings in order that all the customers may have a . supply of ice for Sunday. PLEASE REMEMBER JHIS. Thanking you fyr your patronage. -till I tdkef HI 1 EH ma mm hH Ml m HH -OB BBB HEM Pecan Items. Health of the community good. Crop conditions have improved very much the last two weeks. Richard Burrage and wife and Mrs. Burrage visited Mr. 'and Mrs. W. G. Marshall near Dona- hoe Sunday. R. A. Cobb and family of Hack- berry visited Mr. and Mrs. Dun- nam Saturday and Sunday. P. H. Marshall and family visi- ted Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Messerat Alligator Sunday. J. D. Skinner and family visit- tod Mr. and Mrs. Jones nearBart- lett Sunday. Howard Prewitt was here Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 June 1907

. r "4 " o ;, M. W 'f, . l.jjl- '"'... 'J'i.. . .. -.- i woi-sK,, . , . . '-J a It t, . - '&' - '- . .1 , ' & J " ' V 1 r i u jv-'V ft- w A Mi 1 iv - Ig ... .,! I" , ' a O I' ' U j -' - . L 'J : , ' 4 ;;, i '. WW, . N . v t a -'"; , 4 . X Li .,in;Vw'-'fl.'J B, Fj OATES, Editor and tturtlett's New Depot. V ' v "LcM ew ays ago nc p'ans f wTBaVtlett's new depQt was received from, the Railroad Commission for, the approval of the committee of citizens and after making some very fceneficial changes in the plana and specifications, same were forwarded to the commis- sion and the following is the re- V Ply which throws more light on , the movement: Aus'tin, Texas, June 24, 1907. Messers. T. P. Robinson, G. At Lindeman, R. P. Cates, E. P. Kelley, T. E. Fowler, Stanton Al- 3 - lert, W. G. Smith, T. Denton, J. W. Hightower, Committee, Bart- lett? .Texas. Dear Sirs: Your letter on June 21st to Commissioner Mayfield re- ferring to blue print and plans and specifications for depot at Bart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 June 1907

'' ,0 4 l t. r- oi ; rv1? It1 '' i i. ., NM-'"' "'!' ' ""''lj'-f...tt.i i..Hi ' rx as '""m" --1 twwMBLwaiiiiwii.rowia.mii re Waiit Your Cotton .Seed and will pay you the top of the market for "them t u t ST!' r -- -lHllllllMfclllMll IHIl III mlllllOTIIIllll TTIII -i.-. in r. nil 1 1. ii .h,i,i n.. , g jOur .Undertaking Department L ! ' I w ,lllM'alJ::llJn7FrJErgrfvvr1rywn-- . SB - mwuhwu. Mwiirtuwa!)iiuiiiM amruaa 3gawgn'agiwegwpmuiMit. mmmmmmmmasBmiF ZZZ is complete wit Hearse, Mod- ern Lowering Device, Cooling Board, Men's and Women's Burial Robes. Prompt and personal attention given day or night. Day phone 33. Night phone 93. i!: HARDWARE AND FURNITUBE-Your Moneys Worth SL That is what you have a right to expect, and that is what you get when you trade with us. It all depends upon this. We stand behind everything we sell- We guarantee you your money's worth, Our customers know this and stay with us. It is as much, or more, to our interest as it is to yours, to get the best goods ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 June 1907

" V"' ,. v t , r ; T r "-.. ar .... ,&! '! I Igh ii T" Ol 1 9 '" ..in iM ii una ') " " 1 ( 111 Wl m Mr. o- IW ,., 1' . ..v f . 1 . WIMMIfWWWllMlMMWIWMi At Salado, July 4, 1 Prairie Dell Belton and There will be several prominent speaks ers present to entertain the crowd : : Bring your basket well filled and help us enjoy this day of festivities :::::: More of Truth than Fiction. We often wonder why it is so jany young men can be seen loafing- upon the streets until a late hour at night. Many of them are from our best homes. The fathers of these young men, many of them at least, are num- bered among our best citizens. If their cow or their horse or even 'their favorite d6g was away from home after dark they would be out on a search, but their own children can roam the town all night with apparently no effort being made to find them. The boy seems to be turnpd loose at a tender age t;o wander at will into the paths of sin and vice and then we wonder where!! all our tramps and wort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 June 1907

fC$ 'x I), J'' "JL 'K''X. i'y s ir, tj $ , .V A '' ' Jl&fs THE BAgTLETT TRIBUNE; W ESTABLISHED 1886 Entered as second-class matter aune Jf ostHMhce, Bartiett, Texas. Ono Year ,, $1.00 Si Months 50c Three Months 26c , P. GATES, Editor and Proprietor. yv FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1907. err. ' The Presbyterian denomina- tion at Taylor have let the con- tract for a $10,000 church build- ing. At Little River on July 17 and 18 the first of a series of Farm- ers' Unisn picnics will be held. Among the speakers will be Mr. W. A. Parr of Dallas, one of the Farmers' Union organizers. The court of ordered July 12. county commissioners' Callahan county have a prohibition election The court of criminal decided that the last appeals prohibition election was void. A Navarro county farmer comes to the front with the state- ment that he has forty bushels of corn to the acre already as- sured, and that the corn crop throughout that section is all good. Val Verde county has claim- ed the distinction of bein...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 June 1907

,- -. j.svj., v wiiifiW!;. cr -' f'Sfm&WBI '..f, -v ' v. ir H", l" ' P ", . u wpu , NLTsH,2r,fi'w' ' " -nLv;easffl?r"fifc I'd J" f." ifc -, v t I'c. , r :,r i r. 1.1. , a B. f " If v W &T '' B" - feV sji - r for : '. ifl n ;'. '. ' c ., ' !' Wn '" ni if jlUf fc I.IIM.III l IUfflllllTl m.ii I To ihe Public: :' I have sold my business to Messrs. Pagel & Hou- chins, of Hallettsville, Texas, who will have charge of the business after July 7. Until that time I will conduct it for them. I have known these gentlemen from boy- hood and can cheerfully recommend them to the public as honest business men. Thanking you for your past patronage and asking a continuance of same for my successors! am, YOURS TRULY, JL J. Bucek M K. a T. Time Table DAY TRAINS No. 4, northbound 2:25 p. m. No. 3, southbound 2:25 p. m. NIGHT TRAINS No. 1, southbound 10:55p.m. No. 2, northbound 4:59 a. m. EVENTS OF THE WEEK Local Happenings In And Around Bartlett. J. C. UUailLlN, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSUR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 June 1907

l A i l-tr EHDT lWlllMIIWllnMMIl4lIMIWhlMlMftMlJllllWIWlllHl !! II I ill II I 1 1 III Il.l I III I ' Hl Mr r-frrr: - - .- .. H II r d n",,HhLU. (., V( '. TT LV jt I ' Vv!HIP w Fan V t vS(fljaV rvC wJwKrTijffiflli K 8w$afc' w.ittwSwftwTxSfliSS. I Wmm till 1 MM MM I W&Hm wmm L' Wttm fPSl & will fH I ML 11 Br ui andin t V il TheLts we hsye tKe best medium and high grLdeIine of buggies on the market. A look end comparison will coiwinceyo-u, and as to price we sure lower than anybody, quality considered. Come around and let js show youfthrough. It costs yovi nothing to look. Yoirs for business, 'Mftf. Hightower E&tertaii&J bn 'Monday afternoon,' Juno 17, Mrs. J. W. Hightowcr enter tained quite a crowd of hor friends' at. her lovely home in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Chas. Holzgraf, of Denver, Colo. The grace and ease with which Mrs. Ilightower presides over her affairs has given her the well de- served distinction of being one of Bartlett's most tactful hostesses, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 June 1907

KW WRi. S I' rf,.fr ' v . ft -. lft 1 e- VCn I 'V f l.-w-x. it v s IV U v iJM H A WWilMMW'liWIJlMllWiWIPW'IMWWMIM Best On the Market line Stock and Poultry Food, B ,'vw-a vyyw, t,yw HI Powders, Louse iviiier ana Healing Powders. All v I guaranteed to on the market. OVER THE COUNTRY News from Bell, William- son and Milam Counties. M. G. Davis of bought property in Salado Killeen has and w$l move there.' The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. C M. Campbell at Temple was destroyed by fire last Satur- day. Loss, after all insurance is collected, $5000. Messrs. Frank and Claud Houston, Who moved to Miles Station about six months ago, have returned to their first love. Granger. News. The Falls county commission- ers have classified lands: Black to be assessed at $30, $25, $20; mixed $15; sandy $10, $7, $5. In Milam the black lands are $25, $20 and $15. Judge Felts is back from Jones bounty 'and reports everything looking prosperous out that way. He says they had a big rain the night before he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 June 1907

V V U ' . '',.( v n - ' .; L I v . ft !:- ft lI: ft R. I. , I ?V , &:, ; . if" , . 7L',', ' '.''', a ite". '. fit , i. f& &. .. fr- Ifc'- . m I. O'O WiM,fciWMiiiiiiui wwwWpwwjMjiaBiitawBM To Ice J have purchased the wagon and team of the Houston Ice & Brewing Company and will hereafter run two wagons DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY . when the house will 1 2 to 1 p. m. for those who come after ice. on Saturday evenings in order that all the supply of ice for Sunday, fyr your patronage. A A rffti ""IT" mt mt 1 MHUHMllllJllWBHHi MH IWltiHI I"MW li1 WH HHIIlHlllilwmM IiWHWi I Mi iff i' HflHH WHIHn'llHI liliWi'liMimiHf'iMI'I'WmiWllil ll'lilil'iiMMWIWHHIIIMWIIHWlJIIIIimlimillWI l LOCAL NEWS. Comings and Goings of the People You Know. Go to cnurch and hear a good sermon. Tom Felton of San Gabriel was here this week. Mrs. Hastings visited in Da- Villa this week. Mrs. K. J. Weiderspahn is visiting in Coryell county. Charley Schoepf and sister, Miss May, visited in Bastrop this week. Litt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 July 1907

Si'''. 'I-.'! - i.rr-. '" si .i- i ." i &K h'M i . V'h'V,, '' V.j.i,"" v- v . M , " ..,,, np . I' II "V , ", - ,n$. .; H Jf I " . K.W...' &f'V.' PC "OT . '1f '0 "1 U ' ..; .. u" MS U '.' '"' ., '4' R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor $1.00 Per, Year. ;,v6L. XXIL 'NSJiiV .' ,.,: 'TMiS; BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1907. ' l.) ,W'k ',' ' u y "ntP . c ' "W fl . . mvm '-' jfcmd'JNw " Afei jfW- w J.H H ' VHW-v XXH KM MH " 4M' 'V.H VHAH HM 1 V J Jr JJ Jl- l', H After Law Breakers. 1M. .it in in J yfy 'Etfiltotei'fl receive but scant iAiosideration from the Bell LVitSiUttty courts these days. An R'ifferttter of this kind was tried ty a jury in tne county court -last week and was found guilty, being fined $100 and costs which made his transgression cost him about $150 all told. In the just- I - ice court at Belton during the same interval a man was ad- l5, judged guilty of unlawfully beat- V Jug and whipping a horse, for I' -which! he was fined $17.70. Picnic at Holland. Friendsh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 July 1907

-"WmiT'v M'V? hi.y- Wll $ Mi y s ,vr. r. ' i? it '& ;., ' l ,'h - Ww-1 ! II 4! " , 1'".! (t it Vf. 1 I f ,,! fc'. "IT 'WWl,l"mllml"UilJIUlW:lll", " "" " uu-o-iiraBaiuijimuaiiiLw 1 H 81 ' II H W Poor chesp LOCAL NEWS. Comings and Goings of the People You Know. L. P. King of Davilla was here Monday. New jewelry lots ot it at Whitlow's. Miss Irene Blair is on the sick list this week. The little babe of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blair is sick. Everything ip. dry goods for less at Ed Heinsohn's. R. L. Stubblefield of Prairie Dell was here Monday. See the yellow rose assortment of dishes at A. F. Sartor's. R. R. Ogden went to Athens this week on business, New lot of hats at Ed Hein- sohn's from 50c up to $3.50. Mrs. A. A. Young of Granger was here Monday on a visit to Mrs. J. J. Wells. If you want to buy or sell a farm see Julius Dodt, He can save you money. Mrs, M. Pace and daughter, Nannie, returned from a visit to Miles last Saturday. Buy a McCormick mower and rake, the best made, from Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 July 1907

"d Jffr 1 "if ft,- '- yuv.v ' w ? - 1 ",W . c ,v ii gfeW.1 HftuWi".'"' 'tmWPfHi .ift W wiiiiWiiwpwitWi WllilWlil!aMIMP 4'ofdp. I HWtWUMUIMUlilllHU HIbaUhMCR (wrtus Tto oyureomo tho wjlWounded- and roasonatald objections of tho taoro Intel- ligent to Ihfl tiso of secret, inodlclnal com- pounds, Dr. II. V 1'Inrco, of Buffalo, N. Y.,somo tlmo ago, decided to make a bol i departure from tho usual courso pursued by tho makers of mit-un medicines for iin- We Want Your Cotton Seed and will pay yon the top-of the market for them ' iM u I a ' mosttc uso, and. so has published broad , .,sd wppy- - W ' .i f m U.' U-i't',, ? A, TLE'T OVER THE COUNTRY News from Bell, William- i son and Milam Counties. .' Saturday night fire of an un- 'known origin destroyed the resi- dence of A. H. Bryan, about 3 miles west of Granger. The en- c tire contents were also burned. News. Mr. and Mrs. Kenith Y. Shir- ley are the fond parents of a fine . boy. This couple has the unique distinction of being the youngest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 July 1907

4"wi i. IP, f , . fi V '-.'A' vf: - $$ v ',&' -jtfe ,M,; TT a-; u vJHSWlr ' u l.'w. ' 'II JUNGLE JOSH'S MUSINGS. '.WA--' . JWIlli llllWlllllflMllMlllliill III V JW'","'T: VV'M'n.M, .,,, M..-M ,. ;,,.. , . wmKmmmwmMmmnmmmmmwmmmilimmnn'mmtmn, m v a &. -.v; r &$& to JK'.'rf sto ; ai FARMERS:'"" k' Now is the time to get your winter's supply of :''' COAL and not wait until winter when coal is high and hard to get. CARS ARE ARRIVING NOW. COME AT ONCE. T. DENTON.' THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886 Entered as second-class matter at the Post-office, Bartlett, Texas. One Year $1.00 Six Months 50c Three Months 25c & P. CATES, - Editor and Proprietor. "FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1907. From Mr. Robertson. ReMEMBBR the Woodman nic. pic- , The condition of cotton June 25 was 72 per cent, as compared with 70.3 per cent May 25, and 83.3 per cent June 25, 1905, and a ten year average of 83.2. The Bell county Ex-Confederate Association, U. C. V. Camp No. 122, will hold its reunion at Be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 July 1907

' 'U ' wtpy.- V,v' ' " ) ? -v .r ' lM. -.!",. " W , '. -.l-l w i'lJ?'-. . r-r.jfff I-' - ft , -'.,2 W f j ,tJl".r - ' Y f ,, if: S "il I.' ' hty, r'u , W'WW iif r lr It ft"' I to IHHMll.rill I .1 IN ! .1.1 mil II Infill I . .I I iitV .U.n .1 , ,T T . . nl,.,tili,i4i.,jillil, iwifliDBiiiiid " To the I lfaV6 sold my business chitts, of Hallettsvillc, Texas, who will have charge of Hie business after July 7. Until that time I will conduct it for them. I have known hood arid can cheerfully recommend them to the . public as honest business men. Thanking you for your past patronage and asking a continuance of same for my successors, I am, YOURS TRULY, '-. J. M K. ai Time Table DAY THA1NS N$. 4, northbound 2:25 p. m. No. '3,. southbound 2:25 p. m. NIGHT TRAINS No. 1, southbound 10:55 p. m. No. 2, northbound 4:59 a. m. -tfzrr-. z - ' ,. C. LAUGIILIN, FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. mi in iinim ii ii urn mil M-mHM Jl.-O-.JjyM. -1 "' iTMTnrfc m rn n in IK EVENTS OF THE WEEK Local Happening...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 July 1907

ft'. " '. j-np y' l 4 u !Vsi- ij i", V '' .,4 i- ,' i ' " ' ' - ''" '-a,- l,riil,inv i , .!.... ', .. Im I . I i,,n,, MIMJ.I, ii JILlfIHlWy ijMj i(. i") riyiiJ , ftfll t IIIIHI II rtil ! 1 !! llH(tj.l ! Il. III i lfr rtl How Sotae People Meet Their Contracts. u ' - ' ,i. yj!.T..llirll.i ' iftTvt iiwmwi?m?m?mmmmm!Mmmmmmmm!Mmm?fe2 MMMMv 5' ''Hi'" " M . '.V wmi M w ru i. It . K is Our Undertaking Department is complete wit Hearse, Mod- ern Lowering Device, Cooling Board, Men's and Women's Burial Robes. Prompt and personal attention given day or night. Day phone 33. Night phone. 93. UT! wKksFSrtf- tvt5r-J, Mm$mm K y., vijp 61 MB- Vi That is what you have a right to expect, and that is what you get when you trade with us. It all depends upon this. We stand behind everything we sell. We guarantee you your money's worth, Our customers know this and stay with us. It is ay much, or more, to our Interest as it is to yours, to" get the best goods possible. It is a satisfaction a very great sat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 July 1907

TS' 1 w o ,! ww- .fa,....4J.il. , . .... .f -i i 1 1 IUI.H fc M i.fll' , ll I tf 1,111. '"- muMHuttim mmmimm IClWtuMnftMMTOWaMMllW ifwitwiiiwwwwiiiwiiiaiiiiwiuwtwwjwtiwiiawiiiii. Y ,0 lb B?f lir ' If i i u r t- . iw OSx t S& - i? gw rv j y. Stu," r& v th f PJ f.rs m , KJ. lJJB 1C n o I o Ice I have purchased Company and will ILYEXCEP'T SUNDAY when the house will be kept open from 6 to 9 a. m. and also from 1 2 to 1 p. m. for those who come after ice. My wagons will deliver on Saturday evenings in order that "all the customers may have a supply of ice for Sunday. PLEASE REMEMBER THIS. Thanking you fyr your patronage. ' r THE PASTEUR INSTITUTE. Hydrophobia and its Treat- ment in Austin Institute. Dr. Vol Reed of Holland gave us the following facts concerning hydrophobia and its treatment at Austin: In the first place the Pasteur Institute at Austin belongs to the state the treatment is absolute- ly free to alh . Out of 540 cases L treated by the Institue, only two have died. O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 July 1907

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Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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